Russell Hill Rogers Theater
|October 3-November 3, 2013|
|Book by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg|
Music by Claude-Michel Schönberg
Lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer
Victor Hugo’s epic tale of redemption is masterfully told through the robust and moving score of one of the world’s most notorious musicals.
Guys and Dolls
|December 6-22, 2013|
|Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows|
Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser
The stakes are high in this vibrant family classic as two gamblers bet their way toward the oldest established, permanent floating crap game in town…and love.
|February 7-March 2, 2014|
|Book by George Furth|
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
The timeless struggle between freedom and intimacy comes alive through a series of playful and poignant vignettes featuring Robert, your typical New York bachelor, and the tempting, if imperfect, examples of love set by his married friends.
|June 6-29, 2014|
|Music by Jule Styne, Lyrics by Bob Merrill|
Book by Isobel Lennart from an original story by Miss Lennart
Ziegfeld Follies girl, Fanny Brice, reflects on her rise from being Henry Street’s beloved girl next door to an American vaudeville legend.
The Who's TOMMY
|August 1-24, 2014|
|Book by Pete Townshend and Des McAnuff|
Music and Lyrics by Pete Townshend
Additional Music and Lyrics by John Entwistle and Keith Moon
This electrifying 1960s rock opera, told through the legendary music of The Who, chronicles one child’s “Amazing Journey” from boy to man and misfortune to fame.
|November 1-17, 2013|
|by David Davalos|
This witty, anachronistic whirlwind, beautifully penned by local playwright David Davalos, tackles weighty subjects such as religion, philosophy, and literature. Wittenberg is a delightfully irreverent text which introduces audiences to just what (and whom!) made Hamlet the man he is today.
Venus in Fur
|January 24-February 9, 2014|
|by David Ives|
An erotic, powerful whisking away of that thinnest of veils between pleasure and pain, actor and character, writer and persona.
|March 21-April 6, 2014|
|by Bruce Norris|
A single house becomes the backdrop for provocative clashes about race, community, and gentrification in 1959 and 2009, forcing audiences to consider just how far we’ve come and how far we still have to go. Clybourne Park, originally inspired by A Raisin in the Sun, by Lorraine Hansberry, proves that these themes are just as relevant today as ever.
Dead Man's Cell Phone
|May 16-June 1, 2014|
|by Sarah Ruhl|
Sarah Ruhl’s brilliance at magic realism is brought to life (or afterlife) in this touching journey of one woman’s attempt to reconcile a dead stranger’s unfinished business with his family, friends, and coworkers without losing herself in someone else’s identity.
The Waiting Room
|July 11-27, 2014|
|by Lisa Loomer|
A darkly humorous comedy exploring the dangerous lengths to which women throughout time have gone to catch, and keep, a man.